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  1. The truth about blended familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NEWS.com.au

    The Haggards - Lexy, 18, Neo, 7, and Roxanne, 16 - and the Wrights - Jack, 14, Simon, 44, Kara, 39, and Abi, 12. Picture: Megan Slade The Australian Institute of Family Studies highlights that it's the females in stepfamily setups who have the most problems. While 60 per cent of the nation's stepfathers are content with the relationship they have with their partner's children, only 42 per cent of stepmothers are happy.

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  2. Top Australia cheesemaker travels to Turkey to learn about hairy goat's cheeseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABC News

    One of Australia's top cheesemakers has been travelling the world to study hairy goat's cheese and other millennium-old dairy products. Trevor Hart, from Maleny on the Sunshine Coast, was given a Churchill Fellowship to learn cheese manufacturing techniques that are thousands of years old.

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  3. Premier to reveal parliamentary timetableRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The parliamentary timetable lays out the Queensland Parliament's sitting days, the 2015 Estimates timetable and the date of the Queensland Budget. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk could also make an announcement about Queensland's Speaker of the House after being informed on Thursday that Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg would not object to Sunshine Coast independent MP Peter Wellington taking on the role.

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  4. Bikie bust in Coast car parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | NEWS.com.au

    WARNING: Disturbing image. An Australian politician has taken her campaign against a mosque development to new levels by sharing a gruesome picture.

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  5. California Dreaming and other arts this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Canberra City News

    "CALIFORNIA Dreaming - The Music of the Mamas and the Papas" is a national concert tour staged by Margaret Fisk and her Air Force husband to raise money and awareness of the work that 'Soldier On' does for Defence and ex-Defence personnel. THE first concert is this Friday, February 27 at 8pm at The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre, before heading off on the road to Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Newcastle, Sydney, Darwin, Hobart, Adelaide, Sale, Warragul, Toowoomba and Tamworth.

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  6. Sunshine Coast Pride comes out loud and proudRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Sydney Star Observer

    SUMMER is usually the season for most Australian LGBTI pride festivals, and for the community on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, it's also the season for love. "Love is Love" is the predominant theme of this year's Sunshine Coast Pride Festival - returning for its seventh year - and according to organising committee member Chris Cooper, it's a powerful message.

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  7. Bandidos president Jason Addison granted bailRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Age

    Mr Addison was arrested on the Sunshine Coast last month and charged with extortion for allegedly forcing a former Bandidos member to sign over his business to him. Supreme Court Justice Jean Dalton has ruled the motorcycle club leader doesn't pose an unacceptable risk of fleeing or re-offending.

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  8. Coffs building its Queensland visitor marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | ABC News

    The Coffs Coast had a good summer tourist season, with most accommodation providers reporting a significant improvement year-on-year. From a price point, we are definitely a more affordable destination than places like the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Noosa Tourism Coffs Coast President Dene Zahner said travellers from regional NSW and northern Sydney have long made up most of Coffs Harbour's tourist market The latest Destination NSW figures suggest more than half of the region's visitors still come from those two areas.

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  9. Brisbane to bid for 2028 Olympic GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Fresh from its success as host city of the G20 World Leaders' Summit last year, Brisbane is set to make a bid for the 2028 Olympic Games. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will put the bid on the agenda at the next South East Queensland Council of Mayors meeting early next month, saying the entire region needed to back the proposal.

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  10. Brissie eyes bid to host GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | NEWS.com.au

    A 'real and achievable' Gold Coast cableway could be operational before the 2018 Commonwealth Games if given the green light. BRISBANE'S Lord Mayor wants the Queensland capital to host the Olympic Games in 2028 and will ask his southeast Queensland counterparts to support the bid.

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  11. Should Brisbane be pitching for the Olympics?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | NEWS.com.au

    A 'real and achievable' Gold Coast cableway could be operational before the 2018 Commonwealth Games if given the green light. BRISBANE'S Lord Mayor wants the Queensland capital to host the Olympic Games in 2028 and will ask his southeast Queensland counterparts to support the bid.

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  12. Tuberculosis a critical public health issue. Prepare for an explosionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Asopa People

    The lack of a reliable cure prior to the 20th century and TB's perceived randomness in selecting its victims made it a common theme in literature and a metaphor for larger social and political ills. After its incidence decreased in the country for many decades, TB is again on the rise.

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  13. Visitors are flocking to Animal FarmRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Nelson Mail

    Owners Vicky and David Pattinson had estimated 15,000 would visit, but this weekend they will celebrate a 25,000-visitor milestone. The 17-hectare venture that specialises in rare breeds and hands-on interaction with the animals, opened in Gardner Valley Rd off State Highway 60 near Mapua on March 1. It's taken an investment of more than $2 million and Vicky Pattinson said financially it was still a struggle, but they were pleased it was proving popular.

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  14. Narooma Golf Club report: Feb. 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | Narooma News

    In among a week of activity on the golf course we have also had five days straight of nor'easters. The only aberration was the classic almost no wind day that was Thursday.

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  15. Pushing for sex abuse educationRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Northern Daily Leader

    MAN ON A MISSION: Child sexual abuse prevention campaigner Claude Harvey with his trusty mower in Glen Innes this week. Mr Harvey will be in Tamworth in the coming days.

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  16. Queensland cop takes a stack on segway, spins it into a fundraiser for sick kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Age

    A Noosa police officer is filmed falling off his Segway in Noosa's main street but he has turned the embarrassing mishap into a charity fundraiser. When a Queensland police officer fell off his segway in the middle of a busy street he was surprised no one laughed.

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  17. Sunshine Coast Pride, Big Gay Day & ChillOut: 'Tis the season of PrideRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Sydney Star Observer

    Melbourne just had Midsumma and Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is in full swing, but there are other parts of Australia set to show their true colours in the coming weeks. David Alexander takes a sneak peek at three LGBTI Pride events that provide great excuses for a road trip: Sunshine Coast Pride, Brisbane's Big Gay Day, and Daylesford ChillOut.

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  18. Virtus Health profit falls on overseas acquisition and expansion costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Age

    Virtus CEO Sue Channon says the IVF business has taken market share in a weak market. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Virtus Health chief executive Sue Channon says declining demand for in-vitro fertilisation will not rebound in the short term, but the fertility clinic network can still take market share and deliver revenue growth from complementary services.

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  19. Nosh and nightlife on the Sunshine CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | The New Zealand Herald

    With an appetite for the tasty side of travel, Eveline Harvey samples some of the gourmet highlights in offer in Noosa. Noosa, on Australia's Sunshine Coast, is a great spot for a foodie holiday.

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  20. Following Marcia's Wide Bay path through your eyesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | ABC News

    Tropical Cyclone Marcia slammed into the Queensland coast as a category five cyclone last week. It quickly dropped in intensity, but dumped a large amount of rain in the Burnett and Sunshine Coast hinterland regions.

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